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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 November 1923

A> . j- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT A.ND FOLLETT; IIMES. THURstv-VV NoV. 8, 1923. A-l Advertisers f€AT:. "* v. / v stling busings people that continually bring lie that which they &, look over Lime Light's E guaranteed advertisers. §§|g&il profit by buying 1 selling from them 9 as Will be given a square deal they gladly solicit your atronage— in Follett Texas, are— Mercantile Co. Lumber Company. Bank.! National Bank. lery Hardware Com- Fleming Filling mm AS TO WOMEN'S HIGH HEELS •loJegist Predicts Ultimate Lots All Toe# but One If Their Use Continues. of •s Grain & Supply Co. House Lumber Com- Mercantile Store. Mercantile Store, tore. Merchandise. C. Walker, Millinery J ^ ^ -.V* ;ier Hardware Store, os. Dray and Feed an Meat Market, rarage. iture Company. Meat Markety ? 1, Saymen's Pro- os; Theatre. Loan Associa- if i t 5, Freed-a-Pat, ; uee Company. Actioneer. , M. D. Grass land. A London biologist is quoted as making the prediction that if women keep on wearing high heels t...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 November 1923

W^f§ jj • i I ' ■ 4 " ^:\"v - "' v - , ^ ::i; "" ~-iV -<***"■ ;>;'-.rf WrV-.-: : . w BL«4 *??/&*• 61. £ i - • $ ••;•• ! 'j. Booker - - •• ''i 5%;-' PisS" W," ?r'- H$?.y V*-v, Hs •■ Vol. 1 BOOBER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV., 8, 1923 No. 4 iSM." ■Ik- n by the Bookci High School Students HOLLOWE'EN NIGHT Church was well attended Sun- engine consumes enormous v vj- - .'• :T si: •' -I & ^ piup KSl^. r i :S 1#^ wb~ SP A- Journey Through the 'Cavern of D^ath"-Your Knees ' Trembled s^{".r ; y. a IB r--"ia The students gave a program td party at the High School Wednesday night. After the pro- the crowd was invited to where there were ne tellers and other attract- that was enter- Cftvern of Death", our blood run coJd-^a in the room, and it t story of pirates. seeond room was the "Hall lip As you gazed at the made one feel shaky, •ceded form your fac$ a ghasily look while room was the Aiier the attractions pie and cocoa were time was V'/' mm day. The young folks seem to take a great d...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 November 1923

mm LIME LIPSCOMB LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV, 8 1923 SEVEN A universal custom that benefits every- body. Aids digestion, cleanses the teeth, Ben Jett, was in from near Lc Okla., Saturday. Albert Laubhan, was over Sun- day from Darrouzett, visiting his home V soothes the throat. WRtGLEYS t Wingert was a Busy Town j friends returning to * 'k, ~ i i „„„„„ | Monday on the Hi-Line, trader Saturday afternoon. 1 garl Roach was in from north- of the Busy Town Saturday. Frank Linscott was in from east of here Saturday for a short time. .j ?ke Kilgore was a Follett Jer in from southeast of here irday. M. Gifford was in from thwest of town Saturday oon. ' Wilder was a Follett trader rday from northeast of here rt time. Imke was a Busy Town r and trader in from south- here Sa urday. Guy Forraan, returned Wednes- in weeks visit oma City . ID Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Coultrup, were over from Darrouzet, Mon- day afternoon visiting friends and relatives for a short time. And now after the rain...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 November 1923

.. J . I • • *£ |p|! BM8T .-r ' "'^WSx splr^- •fe^nsr;- jfo Hglillp v" \i" iV*/ PUS G&& £ ,<e[ LIPSCOMB' LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETTSITIMKS, TJU'ESDA Y, NOV. 8. 1923 liu^x ■ I g' |£pS. . gillfl ■*• ^p4V>v Jfcv ?V . ted-,/- - - sv - mt mk: mat*? - ■•■ K?f'vS P-, ■$I ■M ?;..' \ v v " "i~ ' * Hpfe; m§ - ' mmJ§4 Wi M ,-.smM i-i-i j ] m <*m HEyKj W0M M^Ti >*'"!< ■'' y! • New Just Shoes Arrived The latest styles in fall shoes—the Popular Colors in Brown and Beige Seudes and other shoes V " • * * a) priecs to suit. Ginghams For School. Dress £"'h- t Danty lines, fashion's newest material whims, and designs that combine service and beauty also Serges and Wool Materials for mid- dies and fall dresses R.1 v I -XT Sigipi i - - At all times we handle a good land com- _ 1 — _ * I V line of wholsome Groceries—fresh fruits possible.' |r . Irv ^ • ■ .. ■ fc'. - ' " ' v"*5cr£ _ .-'.2 ■ Follett, Texas. = Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 7k per li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 November 1923

^•'; •; •! ' ( f ' ^fe'; V. IK. <u-V- NOfe" mm m y.; ¥;": AND FOLLETt TIMES SSI -Vol. 4. *No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, ffefcAS, THURSDAY," NOV., 15, 1923. Vol. 12, No. 1 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County. Oil Flows From Los Angeles Wells mmm Our Regular eat. i'/ ;v'- '< ' . ii s:r U,i 'IWfl Know, -Paragraph araMta >MB TEX.. Nov. 12 jj Armistice Day' were in evi- wav v we all vvrf ' on quietly, bringing untold wealth to their owners. continue IHIIP ™ JRRPI i da#-they wiU of talent little sttint drew a Bp fund. Thanks Dramatic Club. have re- Amarillo, lias been store of her husband in June. Mrs. .has employment in the Congdon store at Higgins. by the last weeks issue Light $iat our Is back from ttuck, Okla taking treat- t. We are in Mr. Skaggs' visit to Mm and improve he ishii #0MM returned Wednesday a carload Schollengarger to hold his cows erals weeks while a car but he finally market at its lowest M* no Howe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 November 1923

■^P 'V^'H\:, c ■■■■*■'■ ''• SsS^flg- ;wo LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY NOV 15, 1923 if AND FOLLETT TIMES - SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones....$1.50 Third Zone. 1-60 Fourth Zone 1.75 Fifth Zone 1.85 Sixth and other Zones..2.00 Single Copies 5c C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. m In order to guarantee the plication "oi foreign advertisements it will be neceB- >«ty to sench either draft, check or money oider with eopy. Published on Thursday Morning of Esca Week ' Ask him why he continues to live and earn his money here. Ask him t<5"think it over and see if he is not mistaken in his judgement. You may convert a pessimist into an optimist. Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the A^ct of Congress of March 3,1879. Dying Every Year Austin, Texas. -There are thousands of people dying every year for want of the most plenti- ful and the cheapest thing in the world—fresh air. The Texas Public Health, Association enc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 November 1923

■ ' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1923. THBSE -T— DOG DIES HERO ■ • Author LMM'LIfs to S.V. That QUEER FACTS ABOUT DRESS mm Ifelfll mm I. fk of Tramp Canine From a Train's Onrush. v-Xx Liz- \ -J "i .A . ■ - • Many of the heroes of the stories of Fayson Terhune, author of "The says the Designer, have ■Scotch collies. You will Lad, and his harum-scarum Wolf—Wolf of the understanding is dead. He died like a From the Terhune town in New Jersey comes this ^ • if i- • ■ had Constituted himself ward- the Terhune lawns and cttsto- rsv When motor- id endangered the lpples playing about the of Id dash Importantly ive and every punpjr way. '■ * everting it was the habit of diC on 4 long walk, f exercise, it seems, prepared Wolf sleep. One night recently Wolf ess st the rail-: littles were it waa ';ai few jinnies Cut and Make of Some of Our Com- mon Articles of Apparel Explained. ■ lot a Vails. lithe danger. With * " --ton of.|ijdiM| mmBBrnmrni 1 We still have button...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 November 1923

„ •"' *i ■ ■•"■<* 'i- : •■ ■■ ■r ■ &•£"'< ¥. ■ •- i?;- -.vv5^i..^ .W- ■fed% I £fs§s£S'- ' fi\ i£ llill« *•*• •• Diqest ':m — ' DARROUZETT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV., 15 1923. No. 6 ;W* . Darrouzett Alive To Good Roads with the members of the Good Roads Club of Booker in regard to the road frum Darrouzett to For a long time this section has Booker .and planned to get it in needing some road improve- passable condition at once a Tfce recent rains treated'road leading thru from the North West corner of Darrouzett town- fSKV':n us much tlje same as sections of the country, * ' all/ other J>ridges went out %nd grades disappeared. Some little Work has been done by_ donation on various roads leading to Darrouzett. Our citi- zens are uniting and entering ly 4oto cooperation with organization? for a real rogram. We havetraveled mud and pulled out of iy evening the citi- School District a Good Roads . N. B. Fry as Sid Burran as Sec- meeting was well business enthusiasm was . It was p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 November 1923

™jpre?Pr-'. - .rttrTWrrrrr": , UPSCOMB LIME LIGHT s££ AND FOLLETT TIMES.1 THURSDAY. \tqV. 15, 1923. PIYE ts A-l Advertisers. hustling business people ? those that continually bring the public that which they > look over Lime Light's guaranteed advertisers. by buying as from them HERE'S USEFUL GAS LIGHTER {'and there to answer in a suit, | numbered on the docket < of said j court No. 83, wherein S. F. Cross Rod i will he given a square deal they gladly solicit your m : | 1 - Follett f aie- Texas, v Mercantile Co. adle Lumber Company. ationifiliank. r* Natidnal Bank. Hardware Com- aid & Fleming Filling* 'M "-S' '—J'. Tipped with iron Alloy That: is plaintiff and C. A. Wells is de- Emit* Sparks when it is I fendant, plaintiff's cause of action Rubbed. ' | being as follows: An eminent sciential discovered j That from November, 1922, to some years ago that a certain iron August, 1923, inclusive, at de- alloy on being lightly rubbed with a1 fendant's instance and request, file, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 November 1923

§|g|P ; BP* v~ *■ 4 '< " ' . - mk% - :. ;<•. iM ffz a BOOBER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV., 15. 1923 No. 5 The Parent Teachers Associa-1 and locate at Perryton in about tion* served chili, sandwiches twaweeks. coffee and pie at Booker, Satur- day. Over $56.00 was made The refunds will be used for g.et- ting a sewing machine for the Domestic Art CI: J. W. Hocking and Wife to Spend Winter there A CLASS FIGHT rr^pn % >re eh ' 4' Night by ? the Hp Booker School the hccsbmen Win ■enfl 'tWi r. and Mrs. J. Wr Hocking, m^rn The Sophomore clas gave a plav t the school house last, Friday Dight. There was also a few other numbers on the pro- gram. A sum of $28.55 was made. * Mr. Mounsey returned Satur- day from Kanwib where he nad been visiting' his folks for the past- week or ten days. . ;.K;. \ ' • The Parent-Teacheis meeting ill be held at the school house xt Thursday night. A very program is being arranged Friday for the first to :r. and Mrs Wilson have left Mrs. Wilson will spent a few ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 November 1923

: V - & ■ -r, fe^fiRE^S ' * LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV, 15 1923 SBVJUI ;/ Town and Country Notes , Choice and Up to Now J n Stout was in from the farm the like will never occur again.- st of here 4his afternoon. Shattuck Monitor. ke Killgore was in from east of town Saturday even- m Mrs. N. C. Hicks accompanied by Mrs. W. F. Markley motored | to Shattuck, Okla., Monday for Schilling was in Monday!a few hours on business and visit of town1 inS with friends. — They returned jhome later in the evening. W. S. Spangle, one of the old "from, south-west short time. ' m. Rabe was in from the - - k northwest of to n Saturday llITJiers of Lipscomb County was >n trading. "Iter « the Lime i Light office Monday morning for a shor time while awaiting the is west bound train which he took for Perryton, for* a for a few days visit with his daughter. in wise man never butts t being sure that he i to butt out again. ace Shahan and ft. S. Ppr- southeast of here were Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 November 1923

SBSgp .s"'^ ■"". LIPSCOMB1 LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV. 15 L923 ■ws* TRADE MARK :W i IK ear sX&x&iS ■ It means most as much to you as your Union Carcl! It is a guarantee of the best materials, best workmanship and long, long wear. We sell these garments because we know they will gi^e you absolute satisfaction. to give you the BES i' for the . . - —-g. ; t ,, plete line mk: -£S a good land corn- Groceries—fr^h fruits r m ~ iff 18 Follett; TeXas, ■ . _____ THT -: , i' — ,* '/ "i ■ ■ ■ -l, A BSslsB i ■ * *. 5. _t ■§&££ | |W ■PijM Wmm W&Wm ?fc. ' Hf Siffl Jpl:r'*y: WMmm illS SB lirrl Iff, Hard war. U-. ..... . - ~v r* . Sfcf^ " j&gtg ,:J mm ^v^'S ism w % _ are two kinds 'of ^hardware. One is "made to Nil" while the other it MADE TO WEkfi^ ' *- your attention to our]! large and I stock of HARDWASB! FOB USE. It is good—it will last—it will give satisfac- tion inever^ way. * ft''*■/. V * * r\~ y"'i'S V--' • - •' Come in—We wlU give yeu a square deal. fra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 November 1923

m • W ..'-■> .«.« Kif:a ' ild—Vol. 4. No. 42 [ III yiiiiivi n n AND FOLLETT TIMES FOLLETT, LIPSGOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV., 22, 1923. Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County. m IN BRIEF Turned in by Our Regular • ■ • • I * Wmmm THERE You Know, ^|-Paragraph- You. Migrations of Fish to Be Traced fM IB TEX.. Nov. 19- Jr. lis motheivMrs. Uncle Sam has m ml & Canadian. On fiflrt ie new Mrs f , . . Jfr irf fish, especially codfish, poilafck and haddock. This will be done by tagglog the fish. Every fisherman catching a tagged fish will be given LT> Cents for the tag with the/informa- tion a« to where the fish was caught. The picture shows G. C. Leach, chief of fish ettlture, and lfcnry O'Malley, c<munis.sioneh of fisheries, tagging the fish under the new plan. IHuiMpyay": • TJi .\;•: A* ' •*" , . Auditorium for the purpose of raising Athletic funds. The proceeds amounted to $57.50. Mr. Henry Webb, a brother of Webb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 November 1923

v"< PB8& LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY NOV 22 1923 LIKE LIGHT Wi m* AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES, first and Second Zones $1.50 jjPfaZone 1.60 iFmirthZone... 1.75 1 Fifth Zone.—-.. 1.85 . Sixth and other Zones. 2.00 .'Single Cop^is.A. 5c C. A. SKAGGS, PublUtaer. r to guarantee the publication _ advertisements it will be neces- send either draft, check or money with top?. ^uhllibtd on Thnnda^ Morning of Etcb •' WMk —■*-- *— - Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act Of Congress of March 3,1879. ~~ "ii' ' ' i • ' I. ■ i Purebred Herd Sires and Ostrich Eggs on a time a young ose knowledge of the as confined to his own was prompted by a de- * how the rest of the things. Mounting the igh board fence that surrounded his domain he was greatly sur- lat his next door the first breeding of 101 pounds butter-fat per cow, and the se- cond breeding of 224 pounds butter-fat. Figuring this in- crease at 40c po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 November 1923

m am Ul'srmi i' I i "V M< K-"T AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV. THREE seas m <«•> * +. itwurK i\c<«p>y<r cuiuu.1 It la the little rift within the lute That by and by will make the mu- HIS FIRST ATTEMPT AT WORK >ic mute And ever widening, lence a. 11. slowly si-v —Tennyson. 80ME GOOD DESSERTS pie is always a welcome des- observes the kind of pie usually in de- mafcd - at moat eating places the apple pie takes the lead. A good pie must have a crust rich enough to be tender and flaky and baked f long enough to be thoroughly cooked. , The best cooks say that a pie should • bake (after the first few minutes in a * hot oven to bake the crust, then In a ' slow oven'to cook the apples) usually i an hour. The filling of apple with a ' little sugar for sweetening is not suf- ficient to make-a tasty pie. It needs Curious Experience of College Student Who Was Trying to Earn Money for Expenses. i Many students attending the univer- sities of Indiana pay part of their colleg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 November 1923

sei Dar rouzett Digest ■of life Vol. 1 DARROUZETT PEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV., 2 2 1923. No. 7 BS&i"- SP* gfo llfc PROGRAM ' Was Rendered at the School House > BIG BASKET DINNER Was on the Grounds after Which Services were Held 185$" ■ 4 •• l-tefe :£■ mfm && (To late for last week)—Armis- j tic Day was duly observed at . Darrouzett. A lar.ge crowd gathered at the School House and .! after a fine session of the Sunday [School a program appropriate to ] the day was rendered. Several songs were song by the feathered assembly, A very x touching duet was given by Jp|pdames Waltei Beck and in. The readings by Misses be only as individuals each at- tain their best. The Sch ol, the home and the Church were held up as the three great foundations of American life and support for these was urged. After the morning service a big Basket Dinner was spread and a fine hour of fellowship was enjoyed by all. Then an afternoon service with a sermon on ''The Divine Found- ation." At his time a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 November 1923

•■Zfrm .'rr'- Kp^iS .. iltes LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV, 22, 1923. FIVE Lime Lights A-l Advertisers. The hustling business people are those that continually bring before the public that/which they deal in, look over Lime Light's l«t of guaranteed advertisers. You will profit by buying " and selling from them as you will be given a square deal for they gladly solicit your patronage— Those in Follett Texas, aie— Porter- Mercantile Co. Panhandle Lumber Company. Follett National Bank. Farmers National Bank^ ^Montgomery Hardware Com- pany. t. y | Trenfield & Fleming Filling Station. Farmers Grain & Supply Co. f, White House Lumber Com- pany. S. F. Cross, Mercantile Store. KT. F. Miller Mercantile Store. Grace Cash Store, Merchandise. Walker, Millinery Mrs. W. C. ik Frazier Hardware Storey Bakery, R. L< Miller" n Bros. Dray and Feed ||l|f; Wood F Laubhan Meat Market, tig's Garage. •niture Company^ Sharon Grain Company. Joe Barton Meat Market. J. H. • D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 November 1923

cf&Hn " : - Booker Breezes VoLl BOOBER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV.. 22, 1923 No. 6 ': MUST GO Frabce Believes she can win i by Force 3=$ v f?. ft - 5-1"- S§W# SS*'.-V DON'T LOSE HEART Local Lore ■++* --1 About Those Yo Know •t.;- The >* Church Bell Rings Every Sunday Morning * iPW-^ S®fc>. . reports coming from Europe by the most competent otyf rg#>rs $re increaingly pessi- mistic. France seems completely dominated by the belief that she win by force. She thinks she has the strong- nations roust i . \ Jg&Pj !l_ . i her wilL France has for- gotten the lessons of history; she ihasfc i the God of nations; WM ■m lite has forgotten the Divine ~ truth that he who takes to the . sword shall perish by the sword. , r V ' . in such ease what can America ■ j v V£f " , .. , do? t War most be outlawed V • , "■ or civilization must perish. The cods duello betwein individuals went. America, with England's support, which is available, can destroy war for all time and that withinthe next...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 November 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV, 22 192S SEVEN wn and Country Notes = Snappy, Choice and Up to Now i. Schultz was- in the Busy \ with a load of wheat. au Bros. were in from of here Saturday trad- n. Beck was a Follett trader from northeast of here Satur- res was a Busy Town Saturday from northeast F. Polin was a Follett trad- n f.'om northeast of here yes- was in from north- Town Satur- : was in from with a load'of ite was in Friday i from south- C. A. Akers was in Tuesday vvjih a load of wheat from south- west of the Busy Town for a short time. Roy Branson and Virgil Cope were. Busy Town traders from southwest of here yestarday for a short time. • J. A. Marley was in TueSday with a load 01 wheat from north of Follett and while 1 here did some shopping. Joe Hanna was also a Follet trader from northeast of here and of course purchased a load of coal yesterday. A universal custom that benefits every- body. Aids digestion, cleanses the teeth, short time. Porter i v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 November 1923

BSiSPf^aii -m LIPSCOMB* LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV. 22 L92;1, i IPI TRADE MARK - .<*$&&& ':■>'.••M V £|jPli PH faSSVftft' ' •& BSJ3 4 1 1®S§ dpi '"*8 SSfe ^r -r 3 Classified .Wants Every Genuine Sweet-Orr rment has this Mark! It means most as much to you as your Union Card! It is a guarantee of the best materials, best workmanship and long, long wear. \&'e sell- these garments because we know they . will give you absolute satisfaction. tH ■ W":- - ■ i-SV f % I : J Hk1H| Jm te.- -i i - . j9 us f ? '4 orth f H .a llj§l§l fe?- ;j * ■ flMj If you are not a patron of this store we want you i give us an opportunity to demonstrate the truth the above statement. At no plape in this town or " ^ fay can iroy a better grade of groceries than and , no one can undersell us on the same of goods. We pride ourselves on being able you-the BEST for the LEAST, At all times we handle a good land com- plete fine of wholsome Groceries—fresh fruits >'r"~ —pSpM...

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